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  • To: comments-new-gtld-draft-review-23sep15@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: Public Comment
  • From: Ron Baione <ron.baione@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2015 10:46:54 -0700

The most efficient function ICANN performs is to add .domains to the system.  
It is not difficult to be able to take applications for new domains and then 
decide whether or not to grant those applications based on a defined set of 
metrics and requirements, and it is very easy to delete a domain that is not 
keeping its end of the bargain.  I would ask whether or not one person could 
perform this function, rather than ICANN, with an oversight review board that 
reports to the public about the efficiency of that office each month?  The one 
person would be one of ten people who randomly would be selected to perform 
that function on the first of each month, with the other nine non-functioning 
workers randomly ordered on the first of the month to replace the person in 
charge of the system if the oversight review board finds inefficiency in the 
work being performed, reporting to the global public on the 15th of each month?

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